Particle detection by electrical impedance spectroscopy with asymmetric-polarization AC electroosmotic trapping

@inproceedings{Wu2005ParticleDB,
  title={Particle detection by electrical impedance spectroscopy with asymmetric-polarization AC electroosmotic trapping},
  author={Jie Wu and Yuxing Ben and Hsueh-Chia Chang},
  year={2005}
}
Recently, considerable interest and effort have been devoted to the on-site detection of low-concentration pathogenic bacteria in order to deter infectious diseases and bioterrorism. Conventionally, bacteria detection involves culturing, which is time-consuming and unfeasible under field conditions. Microfluidic devices with integrated electrical detection will enable fast, low-cost, and portable sensing and processing of biological and chemical samples. AC electroosmosis (EO) is well-suited… CONTINUE READING

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